I read the above comments, and my main gripe with HCFR is that the red, green, and blue data on the luminance and gamma graphs is normalized. I think the non-normalized data when you choose the display RGB checkbox is a lot simpler to understand, but unfortunately new users typically find it easier to have graphs to represent the data. I consider it more intuitive to have one graph that represents the entire grayscale run, rather than trying to get new users to understand what two graphs represent (luminance and RGB levels). Maybe it's just me, but I think comparing non-normalized red, green, and blue plots to a target gamma curve is far simpler to comprehend the limitations of 2-point grayscale controls.
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